1. Exhibition: The Great Catastrophe

    November 11, 2018, marks the 100th Anniversary of the Armistice that ended WWI. “The Great Catastrophe: Remembering WWI, 1914 – 1918” looks at the “art of war” through dynamic vintage WWI posters & fine art prints from 7 countries, as well as objects carried or…

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  2. Old Time Country & Gospel Music

    Free event, complementary snacks. Bluegrass, Country, Gospel

  3. Union Street Farmers Market (Wednesdays)

    The Union Street Farmers Market is at Bo Diddley Plaza every Wednesday from 4 to 7 pm. Get your seasonal veggies, baked goods, bread, pretzels, prepared food, local art, and more!

  4. CMC Thursday Night Poetry Jam

    Gainesville’s longest-running open mic poetry reading–25 years and counting. All styles invited–from Beat to Baroque, formal to freestyle, spoken word to academic, and everything in between. All forms of word-based art welcome: poetry of every possible sort, short prose, miniature theatrical pieces, word-centered performance art,…

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  5. UF Wind Symphony & Symphonic Band Concert

    Join the UF School of Music for the UF Wind Symphony & Symphonic Band Concert on September 27, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. in the University Auditorium.

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  6. Songbirds by Eric: an exhibition of songbird prints by artist Enrique “Eric” Estores

    Fri., Sept. 28, 2018 6:30pm-8:30pm Santa Fe College’s Center for Innovation and Economic Development (CIED) 530 W. University Ave., Gainesville, FL Join us for the debut exhibit of up and coming artist Enrique “Eric” Estores. Songbirds by Eric features 25 colored pencil and watercolor prints…

  7. Tropix :: Free Fridays

    Gilberto de Paz and Tropix to Play a Latin Night at “Free Fridays” Sept. 28     Gainesville, Fla. – The City of Gainesville’s “Free Fridays” Concert Series and the Gainesville Latino Film Festival (GLFF) have partnered to bring the Gainesville community an incredible Latin…

  8. Film Screening

    Film Screening: “Pulling Teeth From A Polar Bear”‘ This documentary takes viewers to remote St. Lawrence Island in Alaska to hear from members of the Yupik community who have been affected by toxins in the environment. The film is produced by Jacqueline Allegra Curnick, who…

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